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The RRC database contains a total of 33036 Notes which are linked to 19117 References. Furthermore, 18746 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

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Lobachev, YU.V. et al., 2014
Airy, G.B., 1878
Brandt, J. F., 1863
Brandt, J. F., 1845
Fortin, R., 1904
Konstant, B., 2013
Watson, M., 2013
Pearthree, P., 2013
Anonymous, 1850
Anonymous, 1846
Giehlow, K., 1899
Anonymous, 1959
Prompt, 1893
Anonymous, 2-14
Wilde, A. de, 1830
Muvengwi, J. et al., 2014
Jentink, F.A., 1884
Balen, J.H. van, 1903
Balen, J.H. van, 1914
Caunter, H. et al., 1834
Schuyl, F., 1741
Bertuch, F.J.J., 1816
Bertuch, F.J.J., 1801
Ammann, J. et al., 1592

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Newest References:
Lobachev, YU.V. et al., 2014. Morfologicheskie i biomekhanicheskie osobennosti zhevatel’nogo apparata Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799) i Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger, 1839) [Morphological and biomechanic features of the masticatory apparatus in Coelodonta antiquitatis (Blumenbach, 1799) and Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger, 1839)] [in Russian]. Materialy LX sessii Paleontol. Ob-stva “Diversifikazya i Etapnost’ Evolyuzii Organicheskogo Mira v Svete Paleontologicheskoy Letopisi”, Skt-Peterburg: pp. 168-170
Athanassiou, A. et al., 2014. A new hornless rhinoceros of the genus Acerorhinus (Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae) from the Upper Miocene of Kerassiá (Euboea, Greece), with a revision of related forms. Palaeontographica (A) 303 (1-3): 23-59
Airy, G.B., 1878. The Elasmotherium. Nature 18: 387-389
Brandt, J. F., 1863. Quelques observations sur l'Elasmotherium. Compte Rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des Sciences, Paris 57: 490-491
Brandt, J. F., 1845. Bermerkungen uber die weichtheile und aeussern organe des Rhinoceros tichorhinus der vorwelt (?). Bulletin de La Class Physico-Mathematique de L'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, Saint Petersbourg 5 (6) 102: 91-92
Konstant, B., 2013. Rhino conservation: a glass half-empty or half-full?. Proceedings of the 40th National AAZK Conference 2013: 1-3
Watson, M., 2013. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy: programmatic and financial report to the American Association of Zoo Keepers. Proceedings of the 40th National AAZK Conference 2013: 1-10
Pearthree, P., 2013. AAZK's Bowling For Rhinos - together in conservation. Proceedings of the 40th National AAZK Conference 2013: 1-8
Anonymous, 1850. The coming animal (rhinoceros in London Zoo). Punch, or the London Charivari January-June 1850: 144
Anonymous, 1846. The British unicorn. Punch, or the London Charivari October 1846: 262
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